Knights Inn St. George
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... Some famous names involved in the dam's design and construction included Morrison-Knudsen, Henry Kaiser, and the Bechtel Company. At the peak of construction in 1934, more than 5,200 workers swarmed over the site. It’s easy to feel quite puny in the presence of this construction and engineering marvel. The Hoover Dam, surprisingly, did not make the American Society of Civil Engineers’ list of greatest ...
... As you wander the square, you see water features, greenery, and friendly people. We stopped at one little store and there were two people sitting out front on a bench. There were clothes from the 50-60's hanging on a rack outside and lots of jewelry inside. We decided to wait until the owner returned (his note said he ran to the post office). We chatted up the other couple and eventually the owner showed - carrying his dinner! We gave him a bad time about the post office ...
... here in southwest Utah (St. George area). We are having so much fun at the Snow Canyon park. There are a couple more trails we want to try out before we leave.
We still are planning on going to Las Vegas from here. It is only 2 hours away and will now leave on Wednesday. After Las Vegas we're still not 100% sure what we're going to do but are leaning toward going to Mono Lake in California instead of going to the Grand Canyon due to the government shutdown.
Driving into Death Valley National Park from Hwy 393 was a fascinating experience. The landscape is arid, desolate, magnificent. I headed for the Stovepipe Wells campground. I was actually a little worried that I would be able to find a free site there, because the next campground was far away, and evening was approaching. As it turned out I needn't have worried. There was no one but me. I bought two bundels of firewood just ...
... was an absolute perfect way to end a great visit to Yosemite.
King's Canyon National Park
We visited the smaller section of this park. I'm sure the larger part of this place is absolutely great, but we just didn't have the time. We did get to see the General Grant tree. This is the 3rd largest tree in the world. We also walked through a tunnel of a dead tree. This tree had been on the ground like that ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking